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to education. as the world becomes more technological, 20 years from now, what is america when you didn't educate people to understand the technology we are relying upon. if you go to ghettos, i survived and escaped the ghetto, moved my whole family out. people in the ghetto have no clue of where we are going techno logically. and stem is the future. that's what we need to get 7-year-olds geared upon. we need to get them excited about stem. that's sustainability, as well. a different type of sustainability. it is educating people to walk in the world where they can contribute and participate in this global community year 2040. >> princess prosecute ameerah al-taweel the common thread is education that they couldn't have had before but there is no job at the end of the line for them. this creates resentment and frustration. so much so you have seen a lot of leaders being toppled and i'm sure there will be more to come. what is it that leader and countries need to adopt to stop this horrible cycle of a youth that feel disenfranchise and not able to feel their potential. >> economic develo
videos making steel. technology and growth changed things. we live in a global economy. we can't change that. the best thing we can do to bring middle class america back is have economic growth. we won't have that until we have some kind of political leadership. i'm particularly talking about congress to set tax policies and get us out of this constant deficit. >> that's a very good point, why we brought up the fiscal cliff, quite frankly, you're seeing these little signs of life in the housing market, this fiscal cliff comes from elected officials. >>> don't go away, we will talk about the middle class itself and why your trip to the mall this weekend may be subsidizing your own demise. st plug is into, and your good driving can save you up to 30%. you could even try it without switching your insurance. why not give it a shot? carry on. now you can test-drive snapshot before you switch. visit progressive.com today. and the family car to do an experiment. we put a week of her family's smelly stuff all in at once to prove that febreze car vent clips could eliminate the odor. then we brou
in the power of technology. we believe in the power of people when technology works for you. to dream. to create. to work. if you're going to do something. make it matter. >> schieffer: we're back now to talk more about the election and these upcoming debates can marsha blackburn, bob shrum who writes for the "daily beast "the adviser and consultant of course for john kerry. and larry sabato who runs the university of virginia center for pol techs. larry, let me start with you. you're kind of the man in the middle here. where do you think the race stands right now? >> bob, i think the president is ahead. at my crystal ball station we have him at 290 electoral votes but some of those states are just barely leaning to him, like my native virginia. obama is ahead two or three points. the polls have him up higher than that, but i don't think he's really there. >> schieffer: ar let me just go to our map of the battled ground states here, nevada, new hampshire, north carolina, ohio, virginia, florida, iowa, wisconsin and colorado. i think most of the polls suggest now that the president is
and technology analyst. how do you feel about this? >>guest: as a father with children and being involved in this, the laws are always behind the technology. my biggest concern is, some of this is about the advertising but i have a bigger concern about the implications of pedophiles and sexual offenders and gangs targeting younger children because you are giving them so much information online. >>shepard: i agree. i have never quite understood, and i am not a parent but i have never understood why it is that parent would thing it is cool for their kids to be posting all kinds of stuff online. it is none of my business what they do. i wonder where the line is in is this a slippery slope? freedom on the internet is something that is cherished. protecting the kids is an absolute. it is tough. >>guest: as someone who was in law enforcement for 18 years, i did behavior analysis, and profiling, it matters to me as a father and as a citizen. it is ironic we have this discussion because i am here in san diego at the international association of chief of police annual conference and i have seen a prolifer
you get there. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing a stunning work of technology. introducing the entirely new lexus es. and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. stay top of mind with customers? from deals that bring them in with an offer... to social media promotions that turn fans into customers... to events that engage and create buzz... to e-mails that keep loyal customers coming back, our easy-to-use tools will keep you in front of your customers. see what's right for you at constantcontact.com/try. --let's turn to syria. there is believe that assad is using weapons they got from iran. is that true? and how long will you continue to support assad, given the appalling conditions, catastrophe we are all watching. at what point do you, the president of iran, say enough of this violence? >> i do believe that we must all say enough of this violence right now. six months ago i said enough of this violence. our opinion vis-a-vis the issue of syria and other nations is completely clear. we do believe that freedom, the right to choose, the right to vote, re
... because it matters. at hp we don't just believe in the power of technology. we believe in the power of people when technology works for you. to dream. to create. to work. if you're going to do something. make it matter. >> schieffer: well, that's it for us today. be sure to tune in wednesday night, 9:00 p.m. eastern, for our cbs news coverage of the first presidential debate out in denver, moderated by my friend jim lehrer, and we'll see you here on "face the nation" next week. ,,,,,,,,,,
. that could only mean one thing. dagen: we have the technology stock for your portfolio. charles: i have always resisted to say something is a screaming buy. globally it has three players. they control like 90% of the market. macro, pcs will eventually be dead. not tomorrow. particularly with innovation. this is a company that gets no real respect. it is up significantly from the 52 week low. they have been the street. they are rocking and rolling and it is not over. take a look right now. look at the earnings estimates for next year. a week ago $8.47. now it is $8.59. almost every time they will be expectations. thirty dollars here. move would be 35. longer-term, i am looking at 40 or better. connell: this is a six month chart. lou: longer-term, a series of higher lows and higher highs. trading at -- one-time sales, one-time book, valuation from any kind of historical center. it is in a dying industry. it will not die that quick. dagen: i like the dirty fingernail. lou: is the next hour, i had a play for you enough in the auto industry. dagen: nicole petallides taking a look at jpmorgan
's a revolution going on as could the nation, call it the maker movement. the latest innovations in technology. but can it spark the country's next industrial revolution? the next guest covers the ever-changing world of technology, chris anderson editor in chief of "wired" magazine. he's the author of a new book "makers the new industrial revolution" and we welcome you here to the table. thank you for coming. >> thank you. >> so, i want to talk about 3-d printing this is part of your sort of theory that we're in this new industrial revolution. it won't come from big factories. we're all going to become our own industrialists if you will. how does it work? >> a 3-d printer is something you can buy for $2,000 or less. what it allows you to do is the same way your regular printer allows you to print out on paper, it allows you to take an image or object or design and brings it up in layers. >> i could never get my head around it. >> your printer takes bits and turns them into little dots of ink but if you went layer after layer and layer and rather than print it were plastic and eventually you'd
allowing him to rummage for valuables. >> we believe that this code-grabbing technology was utilized. we're looking into it and investigating it. kind of an elusive crime to report. for us to even take note of in the first place. >> older cars are especially vulnerable to this crime. the new ones are equipped with technology that constantly changes the key code, making signals that are harder to copy. wireless signal experts think that they have cracked those security codes, so they're able to send the same unlock signal that an owner's key transmitter uses. frightening. >> some detectives think there could be an app out there that these thieves are using to unlock the car. scary. also a good and downside to technology. this could be another case. a first. at first people just thought, "oh, must not have locked the car. must have left it open." then when they saw more and more cases crop up. they said, "wait a minute. something is going on here." be careful. >> yeah. that's got to be disconcerting. you get in your car, no visible signs. >> no smashed window. >> get in my car, an old stro
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and emails. >> reporter: nicholas carr who writes about technology and culture says there is a scientific reason why these devices are our favorite vices. >> people have a primitive instinct to want to gather information, to want to know everything that is going on around them. you can kind of see how that would help you survive back in cavemen and cave women days. where it becomes a problem is when we create this new world for ourselves where there's unlimited amounts of information and we stop this compulsive checking. >> reporter: if we can't stop, think how hard it will be for the generation that's never known anything else. like this toddler. a you-tube sensation. she is so used to the touch screen i-pad that a magazine leaves her mystified. how does this work? why isn't it responding? >> the trend is toward ever-more connection, ever-more distraction. >> reporter: and carr thinks all this distraction is messing up our brains. >> it begins to crowd out all the quieter, calmer moments when you might engage in reflection or introspection or contemplation. >> time now for everybody's fa
and technology addiction so it can be formally classified as get this is a mental illness. researchers say children who are addicted to video games, are much more at risk for depression and anxiety. the problem goes beyond video gaming and formal studies should take place next year. >>> that brings us to our facebook question of the day -- how do you know when you have been overdoing it online and what do you do to control yourself? let us know at wnnfans.com. i can say from personal experience, personal experience this one to my left -- may want to look into this. you are like a total twitter-aholic here. >> tweeting during the show. i look to keep people engaged. >> we appreciate that. >> call it a mental illness. i am addicted. i think i have major adhd. i just tune everybody out. >> no argument from this corner of the room. >> i will post that photo. >>> obviously the calendar has turned to october. it is national breast cancer awareness month. that means, lots and lots of pink. >> indeed. pink as in pink lights illuminating the white house you can see right there. the pink of course t
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and give them your technology. so those are pretty harsh rules. so if you want to sell there, you have to produce there. now, what i said was you should -- if you don't sell it there, don't make it there, you go to vietnam, go to brazil, go to mexico, but also think about coming back to places like milwaukee or cleveland or toledo because there is this geopolitical risk looming out there, particularly with china. you know, we go into the walmart, we spend a bunch of money on made in china products and at least some of that is going to rapid militarization of china. and it's a very different country in that respect from every other country on the planet. . so corporate, i've been saying for several years now that corporate executives consistently underestimate the risk associated with playing in the china market. for investors, i mean, look, it's bearish what happened with caterpillar because of the slowing china economy. i think gm is going to get hit. i think yum brands which has a surprisingly large operation in china is going to get hit by the slowdown. so understanding china now i
namely the lcd in cell technology display screen. all of those reports are coming out now about how perhaps there aren't enough screens out there for the phones. he is an operations guy, tim cook. he has made possibly what could be considered two errors when it comes to this iphone 5. do you become more skeptical now, jim? >> well, look. it's got great demand. i think that i've always been concerned at what point does the steve jobs legacy run out? tim cook was really running the company for very many years because of jobs' illness. look, it just shocks me. do i want to just -- the company made an apology. it's pretty clear they're going to fix it. if they fix it then people will want the iphone 5 but i think this was a cut the nose off to spite their face situation. i don't like it. >> they got over the antenna problem very quickly a couple years back. they did hold a press conference and say we made a little mistake. i guess they kind of admitted it and moved on and so did the consumer in terms of saying fine we give you a pass. >> and the shareholder. >> the more customers use th
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to be safe. thousands of jobs. use the most advanced technology to protect our water. billions in the economy. at chevron, if we can't do it right, we won't do it at all. we've got to think long term. we've got to think long term. ♪ a short word that's a tall order. up your game. up the ante. and if you stumble, you get back up. up isn't easy, and we ought to know. we're in the business of up. everyday delta flies a quarter of million people while investing billions improving everything from booking to baggage claim. we're raising the bar on flying and tomorrow we will up it yet again. >>> back to "hardball." what do you do when your candidate is trailing in the polls? well, you blame the pollsters. over the past several days right wing radio and television pundits have gone wild with the new republican talking thought, the polls are wrong. pay no attention to what you're seeing or what you're hearing, that obama is up. according to some on fox and elsewhere, the pollsters are all in the president's back pocket and they can't be trusted, including fox's polls apparently. here is dick morris
, the danger of leaching out some of that technology would be deep. so look, i think at this moment in time there's only one central question. when we say iran should not have nuclear weapons capability, do we mean it and i think the answer in the international community is yes, we do. therefore the risk for conflict is a risk of miscalculation by the iranian regime that we're not serious about this. we are. >> president ahmadinejad, i sat down with him, we'll play a clip from that in a moment, he struck a strangely modifying tone, many thought. he was more reasoned than he has been in previous years at this event. one theory being that he's genuinely concerned that israel may do some kind of preemptive strike, and then no one could control what happens next. secondly, the sanctions may really be biting. the sanctions in particular in relation to the oil exportsnd to the banks may now be really hurting iran and he's getting a lot of heat from his own people. what do you think? >> well, i think he will be getting a certain amount of heat from some people, because there's no doubt the sanctio
galaxy travel, but despises cell phones and the web. warren buffett is famously bearish on technology. angelina jolie jokes about her technophobia. and last year winona ryder told jimmy fallon the internet scared her. >> the googling wasn't just very terrifying to me. >> and the man with over a hundred movies under his belt doesn't i'm or carry a phone. >> i'm a millionaire. that's the difference. >> reporter: but the lack of access. >> for me it doesn't matter. you see, i think it's you who's sweating this. >> reporter: okay, christopher walken. but for us working stiffs, we can't escape technology, morning, noon, and night. the power to unplug is a luxury we can't afford. well, maybe just this once. tuning in and logging out, tanya rivero, abc news, new york. >> i dream of turning it off. >> you can. you can. >> i can but i'll get in trouble. it brings us to our facebook question of the day. >>> yeah. we want to know honestly how long do you think you could go without e-mail? long on to wnnfans.com and weigh in. >> i think i would rather -- i honestly think i could go without e-mail
a stunning work of technology. introducing the entirely new lexus es. and the first ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. >>> back to "hardball." now to the "sideshow." first, if you could vote in favor of any issue in the upcoming election what would it be? something you and perhaps only you want. well, here is a celebrity list of ideas. take a listen. >> you could vote for anything in the world. >> anything at all. >> what would it be? >> gays in the military exclusively. >> i vote that if you talk about your baby -- >> it's got to be a really good story. >> like a really, really good one. >> i vote yes on cats. you know they're up to something but i like them. >> guys, rock the vote. this isn't rock the vote? >> women should have the right to vote. >> okay, ellen. sure. >> they do? >> yeah, right? >> k owe. well, that's good, women should have the right so i'll think of something else. i would not have red and blue states. i would have like fuchsia and seafoam. prettier. >> it would be against the law to touch my stuff, stop touching my stuff, mom. you paid for it b
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the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> roun brown's in the national journal wrote the main reason oen is doing better in battleground zats has to do with his increase from white working women. keep in mind, back in 2008 nationally obama only got 41% of that group's vote. well, today in michigan 46% say they support the president. in florida it's 48%. nevada, new hampshire, wisconsin, and pennsylvania, hovers around 50%. in ohio and iowa, it's up to 52%. looking good for the president with white working class women. what an interesting category to be moving ahead in. we'll be right back. and every day since, we've worked hard to keep it. bp has paid over twenty-three billion dollars to help people and businesses who were affected, and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open for everyone to enjoy -- and many areas are reporting their best tourism seasons in years. we've shared what we've learned with governments and across the industry so we can all produce energy more safely. i want you to know, there's another commitment bp takes just as seriously: our commitm
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they take advantage of the hydraulic fracking technology we talk about. this is interesting. they have a $1.6 billion state budget surplus. the most cor vets in the -- corvette in the nation are in north dakota. >> greg: that was quite informative. >> dana: is it my one more thing is about. >> greg: you get a red star on the report card. >> dana: gold. >> greg: banned phrase is actually not a phrase but a body movement. phaseer talk is what people take their blackberry or iphone and they talk in it to like this. as if on a reality show. you're not. >> dana: i agree. >> greg: dufus walking down the street looking like a freak. this isn't "star trek." shut up! [ laughter ] >> bob: i want the producers to make an announcement that the bowles is this -- super bowl is thursday, you probably know. the five will be on the air prior to the pre-game. who is playing in it again? >> eric: do your one more thing? >> bob: mitt romney and his
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, pnc has technology, guidance, and over 150 years of experience to help you get there. ♪ >>> can you name some republicans in the senate today that you are able to work with on big issues, substantive issues that the country fakeses? >> probably richard lugar would be one that comes to mind. >> he's not going to be there. >> he's not going to be there. >> who else could you name, senator? >> that is a problem. >> who is your model supreme court justice? >> let me see here. that's a great question. i think judge scalia is a very good judge. judge justice kennedy. if you're going to comment on my record, i would at least have you refer to -- >> can we -- >> excuse me. >> don't interrupt. >> excuse me. i'm not a student in your classroom. please let me respond, okay? thank you. >> fireworks from last night's debates, and my favorite senate race right now, scott brown versus elizabeth warren. it's my favorite because it's a culture clash putting town versus gown. the red sox versus the head of the charles regatta. the real clear politics of polls has warren ahead by two. this race is far
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